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[rpd] AFRINIC PDWG Co-Chair Selection Candidates Matrix
JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Fri May 20 09:53:35 UTC 2022
While the number of emails is significative, I was not looking into just counting them. Also, you will need to point how many each year, if they are related to specific proposals, and so many variables, that, as you very well said “Do read these emails …”.
Also, to be fair, we will need to look into participation in the PPMs, which is not so easy as just reading the emails in the RPD archive, as you will need to find and look at the videos of 3–4-year meetings. It may happen also (same as for emails) that the participation was many years ago, and recently the candidates have participated less, so they are not necessarily up-to-date with the PDWG situation.
Thinks that we should also know, is if they have participated in the Board, Appeal Committee, or other similar bodies (not just in this RIR).
I think when you’re a candidate, you really should invest some time in develop a specific set of information for the position you are aiming for (in support for your candidacy).
What I think we should be looking for, in summary, is *experience* in the PDP and related activites. For example, “what you do on your daily job that is related to Number Resources?”.
Last bit, I don’t think having been or not a co-author of proposals is that much important, and in fact, I believe none of the candidates have been (or again, they didn’t mention it, unless I missed it).
El 20/5/22, 10:53, "Ish Sookun" <ish.sookun at lasentinelle.mu> escribió:
I had a look at the profiles of the four nominees.
I also searched the AFRINIC RPD mailing list archive to see if the nominees have contributed to policy discussions.
Darwin Da Costa
6 emails between 2019 - 2021
Benjamin Mutemi Mutua
Chuene Alfred Semono
Prof. Nasir Faruk
15 emails between 2019 - 2021
Do read these emails if you want to evaluate the candidates further.
Systems Architect @ La Sentinelle Ltd
On 19 May 2022, at 18:02, AFRINIC Policy Liaison <policy-liaison at afrinic.net> wrote:
We reached out to the nominators/seconders of the 4 nominees and have summarised the outcome in the table below.
We now request the PDWG to move forward to shortlist and select their candidate for the PDWG Co-chair. The CVs of the candidates will be published on the AFRINIC website shortly.
Policy Liaison Team
Nous avons contacté les personnes qui ont proposé les candidats ainsi leurs seconds, et ceux pour les 4 candidats et avons résumé les réponses dans le tableau ci-dessous.
Nous demandons maintenant au PDWG de procéder à la présélection et ensuite de sélectionner le prochain coprésidence du PDWG. Les CV des candidats seront publiés prochainement sur le site de l'AFRINIC.
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